The Clark Library is providing a robust set of services this Fall 2020 semester. Select a page on this guide to learn more, and contact us if you don't see the service you need. Are you a new student? Visit the online library orientation to get to know the library.
Because of safety precautions, the library building is closed for study during Fall semester. Students can apply for permission to reserve study spaces in Bauccio Commons and the Pilot House.
The building is open five days a week during certain hours to allow current students, faculty, and staff to pick up Clark Library and Summit items at the main floor Service Desk. Use your UP ID for access to the building during pick up hours. The card swipe is to the left of the entryway. Access for Alumni or community users is not available at this time.
Available resources that you can request and pick up at the Service Desk (select links to learn more):
Unable to come to campus?
Masks must be worn at all times. Call us at 503.943.7111 if you are unable to wear a mask but need to check out an item.
Please abide by physical distancing signs.
We are quarantining returned items for one week, except for small items that we can easily sanitize. Please do not clean library items yourself.
Restrooms can be used by one person at a time. A sign on the door indicates when the restroom is in use. Please distance yourselves while waiting in line.
The bottle filling station is operational, but for health reasons the drinking fountain is not.
Printing, scanning, and faxing services are not available at the Clark Library during the Fall 2020 semester. Here are some alternatives:
Printing: You can find printers on the first floor of Shiley Hall and in Buckley Center 163. Both of these spaces are open via card swipe until 11pm. You might need to visit Campus Safety to get your ID card set up for swipe access.
Scanning: You might take pictures of pages with your phone. If the book is on the shelf in our collection, you can ask us to scan pages/chapters for you (Learn more).
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